Alexander Formanchuk. Photo: Vkontakte.
The head of the Civic Chamber of Crimea, political scientist and teacher Oleksandr Formanchuk said on Saturday that there will be no modern Ukraine in its current form. According to her, Ukraine will be different and its borders will be different.
“I am convinced that part of its territories will become part of the Russian Federation,” Formanchuk said, adding that he primarily means the territory of modern Kherson and of the Azov part of the Zaporozhye region.
“This is a zone of vital interest for Crimea as an integral part of the Russian Federation,” Formanchuk explained.
According to him, Russia has no right to “lose these lands.” The head of the OP of Crimea stressed that these territories “should become part of Russia.”
Also, Formanchuk believes that the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics and the Nikolaev and Odessa regions of Ukraine will be part of Russia.
“Everything will finally become clear after the completion of the military phase of the special operation,” Formanchuk stressed.